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m THE L1?HI SUN, LEHI, UTAH Wednesday, December 29, 1915 H
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BBBHt' i !
K the" lest sun
H PublUhed Trr Wednesday at Lehl,
H Kntored at Uw potomca at Lhl, Utah,
B ai nocond claia matter.
H SUBSCRIPTION RATES
H $1.00 A YEAR.
H . -t
M omco: Klrkham Bids., cor. First
B Bast and Sixth North.
B A. F. OAISFOnD
B WEDNESDAY, DEC. 29, 1915 '
H Mary Plckford tonight nt the Royal.
1 Mr. Qornld Tnylor, who is employed
M at Salt Lako City, spent Christmas
B visiting relatives here.
H You'll apprcclnto a Coles Hot Blnstl
B heater tbeso cold days they makol
B f tho coat pilo laBt I'coplo's Co-op. II
B J Mr. Charlie Petorxon, who ia cm-II
H ployed at KiBhy, Mato sl""i
B ihrfstmas hero with relatives. M
B Air. and, Mrs. John" WSjJg'
B spent Christmas at Amoridnork.
' tho guests or Ut. and JjSfAlbort
H Mr. Goon. SSgiPriwnjo
B was rWttaff rolatJvJFd frlendB ,n
B Lobi during tuowjr
B yon BBiVajaS tw0 room nu.
B noar 0oE9g& 8cho01 hou8e- Clty
H Water. cSTth'' ce. t2
B MfJta Qarlty prosontod her
B liast with a ten-pound baby girl
B QRifirtatraaB.. Those concerned nro
B jjng alcoly.
B wKf. Due to LlnJon transformer bo-
BT 407 mt r ordor lato Wednoadny
B AmT evening tho Orom freight and pas-
Bi ''- Bjjager trains were lato Thursday
- .V morning.
HH Wnltor Edwards camo up from
HB'l Cnllonto, Navadn, whoro ho is cm-
H& ployed, to spend the Xmau holidays
Bf In Lehl.
"T, One Kimball Organ for Sale Cheap.
. '" flrsi-MM condition. Apply Mr.
B T Annle'GeatM, Phone 64-J, Lehl. adv.
I Misses Ella and Mary Wood and
B I Mr. John Wood wSro visiting in Salt
H "ko City Wednesday.
H Mr, and Mrs. David Wansgaard of
Hunfisvlllo woro visiting Lohl rola-
H Mlvcs tho past wook.
- Mr. aud: Mrs. W. B. Rackor ontor
M talnedMr.vnnd Mrs. P. A. O'Urlon
BH and eon Frank at breakfast Sunday
BBl momlftf. '
BBJ Mr. Qoorgo M. Qalsford and son
BBj 0oot0' Jr camo down from Mam
HB mothto spoSd tho holidays In Lehl.
J Messrs.' David Berry and William
HB darn of Cedar Fort were in town
MIsb Ella aalatord, who has boon
HB toaohing nchool at Mammoth, is
HB Bpondii)g tho holldays-wlth rolatlvos
HB In Lehi: '
HB I'roddlo Crabb, tho promotor of tho
Hi Yokol-Turnor match, was In Lehl Snt-
HB uday on business.
H Mpfc 'Franki Hozollo of Knlghtsvlllo,
HB was tho guost of Mr. and Mrs. W. 13.
H tTho directors of tho Stato bank of
HB Lehl hold n mooting Tuesday, and d
HB clnrpd n 2 por cent dlvldond. James
HB Chlpmnn, Sr of Salt Lalcu City, was
HB In nttendanco.
HH Mr, Josoph Andorsou, tho father of
HB tho Murray family that waa polsonod
H sovoral weeks ago, was tho gueat of
H Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Yates Monday.
HB - Mr. David Evans of Los Angolos
HB California was visiting his sisters,
HB Mrs. Abigail HUIngson, Mrs. Isaac
H Eldrldgo and Mrs. Martha Whin, this
HB . woek,
HB Jasper Eaves, who was sontonced
HB lu Oqtobor to sorvo a torm In tho
HB Stato Penltontlary for Btoallng a calf
HB In Lohl, was roloasod undor parolo.
HB last week by tho Stato Doard of
HB Last Wednesday, in the district
HU court at Proro, Mrs. Alborta Jonos
HBg entered suit for dlvorco against E. W.
HHbL Joti8, of Lehl oa tho grounds of
HHH cruelty and non-support A rostral
HBHHJ lng order was served on Mr. Jonos
HHJHJ by Deputy Sheriff Tom Wllllamn,
BBJDB who camo over from Prbvo Wednos-
HHHHj day. which will ptevont him from dls-
jHJHB posing of any property until a settle-
PmMHB9 utfjfe, mCnt ,S KCC'O
WEDNESDAY DEO. 19TH.
Ans. Firk Bud Ex.
Whcro Tho Crowds Cfcjr
Tho muBio will bo tho Kf yj
nil like, and the dg the
climax of thoMon.
Oars arrive 0:3Wturn 12:48.
rl PI 1WWSBSWS 1W
I txe'last big
THIS YEAR AT
WHERE THE CROWDS GO
Friday, Pet, 3ty 15
vs. L. H. S.
Sprlngvlllo 1b coming COO strong.
Thore aro reduced rates on tho
Orem. Thoy intend to scoop Lehl
right. Lehl scooped Payson and,
nccordlng to the books; Sprlngvlllo
Is the noxt victim on tho list.
GAME CALLED AT 8:15
Dance After By That Good Music.
CARS ARRIVE AT 7:30 AND 9:30.
RETURN AFTER DANCE.
LADIE8 FREE AFTER GAME
C America, But C This Big Game
Where the Crowds Go.
New Year's. Jan. 1
A Military Band
which pleased you all with
their lively one-steps and
Charlie Chaplin waljcs
Christmas night, will bo
thero by special request to
please you again.
Reduced rates on all
loual Orom cars.
Everybodys happy be
cause this big night is coin
i"g.' Car3 arrive 7:30 and 9:30
Return 1248 After Dance
Our Motto Ladies Free.
Course TJ No everybody
Mrs. Joooph Qoatos 1b confined to
her bod on account of UIuobb,
Mrs. Jackson Wanlass, who was
recontly operate d upon for gall
btonos, has ponumonla. Latest re
portB aro that she Is doing na well as
can bo expected.
Mr. Wm. Thomas, formorly a resid
ent of Lehl Junction but now a
citizen of Canada, has joined Great
Britain's forcoB in tho European war
Ho Is running an ambulance car In
France at tho prosout time.
. NEW HOME FOR
This wc(lumucr M- 8- Ltt will
move t$ the Dorton building,
wborad Mno beon locatod for Bomc
tlmgipiito tho middle room of tho
Njrfjitncker building on Main Streot.
jBO reason for moving is that tho
Tno of goods can bo better displayed
and a larger and more complete
stock kept. A new line of electrical
supplies will bo added to tho plumbing
A partition is being put in to sopar
ato the display and tho rear or work
ing room. Tho moving and changes
will all bo finished by tho end of tho
Mr. Lott is a licensed plumber. Ho
has passed plumbers' examinations
In four Btntos. During tho past fow
years ho has done numorous Jobs for
well Butlsflcd customers In this and
other towns. A fow of tho largor
jobB arc: plumbing and wiring of tho
Herbert Tnylor homo, plumbing nnd
heating of tho Rackor storo, plumb
ing at tho various school houses,
plumbing at tho Taylor and Manning
homes, heating at tho' Lehl Hospital
and plumbing, heating, electrical and
vnccum cleaner work nt the new
Dradshaw home. A guarantee goes
with overy Jqb that ho does. This
Is anothor homo institution nnd
should bo pirrj-onlzcd nnd boosted by
nil , Lehl peoplo nnd establishments..
NEW GARAGE AND MACHINE
SHOP FOR LEHI.
Lehl Is to havo a now up-to-dato
garago and machine shop by spring.
Mr. Dennis Giles Is to bo the owner,
proprietor nnd mechanic of the now
establishment. Ho left Monday to
take a two months course on auto re
pairing and general mechanical work.
Ills school will bo along practical
linos as ho will work on all makes of
cars at tho Karl Winter Oarage, Salt
A big change will bo made Jn his
shop on Main Street which will be
tho sito for tho new business. A
brick building will bo put up. It
will bo tho same width as the present
ono and will run back about twelve or
fifteen fcot farther. New machinery,
such as, lathes, vulclnlzers, unother
forgo etc, will bo Installed.
Mr. Giles does not Intend to quit
tho blacksmith buslnoss howevor, na
tho two can bo worked well together.
When ono is a little slack it is tho
I busy Benson for tho other bo he
. figures he can handlo both and still
glvo his old and now customers good,
quick service as has been cono in the
Whllo Mr. Giles is away his shop
will still be open and his customers
will not have to go elsewhere as hie
father is back on the Job.
We, with his many other friends
and customers, wish Mr. Giles suc
cess In his now undertaking,
CONJOINT MEETING PROGRAM
Tho Third Ward Y. M. and Y. L.
Mutual Improvement Associations
will hold their monthly conjoint moot
lng, nt the ward meeting house, Sun
day ovonlng, January 2, 1910. Fol
lowing is tho program:
Duet Fern Gqugh and Eunice
Solo Lottlo Hadflold.
Pnpor, "Tho Now Year" Ivy
Solo Frank Johnson.
MODEL 80CIAL DANCING TO BE
DEMONSTRATED BY THE M.
I. A.' OF THE 8TAKE.
Realizing that thero la no part of
their development which needs im
povement more than doos tholr social
activities, tho Mutuals of tho Alpine
Stake aro planning to conduct a
"inodol" danco, somo time In January.
At this danco all of tho standard
dancea will bo demonstrated by our
own Mutual members, who spend an
hour or two after tholr mooting learn
ing now dances. A featuro of tho de
monstration will bo tho dancing of an
ontlroly now dance by as many as
thirty couploB at ono tlmo.
Tho associations of Ploasant Grovo
will furnish twonty-flvo couple who
will show what an artistic and beauti
ful danco tho ono-step is, when done
coiToctly. Ab many couples from
Amorlcan Fork will demonstrate tho
new standard-waltz. Tho fox-trot will
be dono by thirty couples from Lohl.
Other dances on tho program will
do: Tho quaker-waltz, two-stop,
ostondo, Jong danco, quakor two-step, I
souvlanno, Jowol waltz, two-Btep I
qusdrlllo, tucker waltz, hesitation I
and others. I
Losloy Goates of tho Stake Board I
of the Mutual workers, has charge of 1
1 Happy and Prosperoua New Year to All Our Customers H
$ "Ve will be pleased to see you the coming year and will endeavor to give you the 0 H
4 ; best of goods for the money. d H
4 ; This is the weather that calls for Rubbers and Overshoes. We handle the Bnll M
4; Brand and Straight lines the best made. ' M
2 ; "We have a few Mnchinaws left that we want to clost out, come and look nt them. ? 9
J ; "Wo have a splendid stock of Merchandise that we want to sell you. ; l H
J Our new line of "Wall Paper is in. H
S The Racker Mercantile Company I
8 MAIN STREET LEHI, UTAH a I
MRS. ELIZA GAISFIRD
Word was rocelvcd from Salt Lake
City, by phono, Thursday night, tell
ing of tho death of Mrs. Eliza Qalsford,
mother of Messrs. Gcorgo M. and A.
F. Galsford of Lehl, who had JUBt
pnBsed away at tho homo of her
daughter, Mrs. Wm. Caso. Tho
deceased was elghty-flvo years old at
tho tlmo of her death. She was an
early settler In Salt Lako City, nnd
had outlived tho major part of hor
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Galsfor'd and
suns, Frank and Gcorgo, and Mr, nnd
Mrs. Gcorgo M. Galsford, sons, Geo.,
Jr., Dewoy and Ccdrlc, and daughtors,
Ella and Pansy, woro in nttendanco,
from Lohl, nt tho funeral which waa
hold Sunday from tho Tenth Ward
chapel 'at Salt Lnko City. Bfthop
Joseph Christenscn officiated at the
Managor Stoughton of tho Lehl
Picture Playhouso and a party of
motion picture men of Salt Lako and
California, had an adventurous and
chilling oxporlenco in tho big storm
of Christmas Night. Mr. Stoughton
bad Invited a number of represen
tatives of tho Universal Film Mfg.
Company enrouto from Universal City
to New York to bo his guosts at bis
homo on Christmas Day, and all
arrangements had bcon made for all
concerned to attend the uehl Theatre
Christmas NlgbL There were to be
addresses by the visitors and a gen
Tho party, which consisted of N.
Paul Stoughton, Manager of tho Lehl
TJbcatre. H. T, CauUleld of Los
Angeles, who controls tho llconso for
portraits of Moving plcturo actors and
actresses on all advqrtlsomontB In tho
United States and Canada, Dlgby
Lynn, a member of Warren Kerrigan's
Universal Company, Edward Arm
Strong, Manager of tho Universal
Film and Supply Co., nnd F. A. Itcod,
left Salt Lake about six o'clock In the
evening. Several miles out of West
Jordan, tho chauffeur, blinded by tho
storm, drovo tho enr into a ditch, and
completely put it out of business.
Fortunately nobody wbb hurt. Aftor
making k many f utile attompts to ro
store tho machlno tho tired and half
frozen men woro compelled to tramp
through tho blizzard to tho nearest
settlement, whero holp was secured,
and tho car towed to Bafoty. It being
then too Into to prooeod to Lohl, tho
weary cold and disappointed men took
tho train bnck tq Salt Lako. In spite
of this first disappointment. Mr.
Stoughton states that ho has made
plana to entertain a second party from
the Pacific 'Coast Studios coming
through next Friday, and that tho
special rccoptlon projected for Christ- m
mas Night wilt bo carried out In full K
New Years Night at tho Lohl Theatre. V
This next time, hqwevor, tho part; , ft
will travel to Lehl via Orom, and not H
trUBt to nutomobllo locomotion. H
ttTOIL FOR GOLD. M
Did you over think in your toll for H
That a doad man's hand a dollar B
can't hold, m
You can work and strive and scrimp ' H
and savo, Hi
Out you lose it all when you como to Hl
tho gravo. H
"Say," said tho fathor, "can't you B"
give my boy a position In your stort?" H'
"I don't know," rojolned the H
morchant, "what can ho do?" B-
"Woll," replied tho parent, "I don't 1'
BUpposo ho could do much of anything H,
at flrat except buy and sell your gootfi H'
and manago your business for i, . H
but later on, whon ho gots a Uttk HL
oxperlonco and sense, ho might It Hf
able to swoop out, do up package H1
and run errands." v
" .TT? iBH
Save Money - on Shoes and 1 1
Every day this week the purchasing power of your dollar : Bij
:: n buying Shoes and Blankets, will be greatly increased at our Hj
:: store. :
Our shoes aro up to the minute in style and comfort and '' !
the quality of both Shoes and Blankets is unexcelled. Tho i W
;: price will need no nrgument. K
Tho Sale is now on. 'Take advantage of it. You'll pro H
:; fit by a few hours shopping at $
LeM Cash Store j K
I JIAIN STREET LEHI M
Extraordinary Attraction I
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AND HIS EXCEPTIONAL COMPANY 1 1
MONDAY c I tti T V) ITT A "KTTT?"! J The Brilliant American B
NIGHT HJllJr WAJMIJLJLI Play by Jack Tait B
I TUESDAY 4 p T A V" Th0 Drama That Mado Au New York Astonished, S ,
NIGHT A V"JLIjQl X By Abram Schooner ond Goo. Broadhurat B
NIGHT 1116 JtLOUSC Of L16S Pretend So Much Bs
Company Carries a Carload of Scenery, Furuiluro, cto. The Treat of Many Years. cooatcursda B